Botter brought the calm to Fall/Winter 2024

Botter brought the calm to Fall/Winter 2024

by Ollie Cox
2 min

As the rain came down on the second day of Paris Fashion Week, Creative Directors Lisi Herrebrugh and Rushemi Botter, kept our spirits high with a Botter collection rooted in peaceful confidence. 

Botter’s contemporary elegance was fused with playful logo riffs, nodding to the shared Caribbean heritage at the core of the Netherlands-founded, Paris-based label. Shoulder bags were carried under the arms of models, accessorised with red bike lights, a feature which felt fitting given the darkness outside. 

The Fall/Winter 2024 blended elegant tailoring with cosy layering, which felt as ready for dinner as days on the move. Tailored gingham jackets featured utilitarian zips to the chest, and contrasted with plush tracksuits, emblazoned with tongue in cheek plays on Shell’s logo, omitting the “s.” This was something which felt deeply on-brand for climate-conscious Botter. This look was accompanied by a roomy Reebok branded duffle, which featured as part of Botter’s latest collaboration with Reebok.

The logo riffs continued through the Carlsberg logo which read “Caribbean,” again a nod to the heritage of the brand. The tongue-in-cheek nods to the everyday were continued into bike saddles which were clutched close to models chests. 

As an energising jungle beat filled the room, leather jackets with knee-pad-style shoulder pads eschewing a controlled chaos. 

Botter’s  FW24 show was a refined display of wearability, rooted in the “Caribbean couture” which is intrinsic to the House.  

Main image credit: @reebok ©

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